My rig: ASRock Z97X Killer | i7-4790k | GTX 660 Ti | Dual-boot El Capitan 10.11.6 & Windows 10 I have a Broadcom BCM94360CD Wi-Fi card with a PCI-E adapter card from Fenvi (linked here: https://amzn.com/B0144KJOIA) for my dual-boot PC/Hackintosh. I got this card under the impression that it would work out of the box, and for quite a few people, it does. Although Bluetooth works fine for me, neither OS on my computer will recognize that a wi-fi module even exists. I've scoured countless guides and forum threads to no avail, mostly because if anyone has any problems with this wi-fi card, they have the exact opposite problem I have (which is to say that wi-fi works for them, but BT doesn't.) What can I do to get my wi-fi card working, shy of replacing the networking gear entirely? Right now, my hackintosh is dependent on my ancient MacBook Pro sharing its wi-fi signal via Ethernet. It's a temporary solution, but it's just about time for me to retire my laptop. I'd like to think of myself as fairly tech-savvy. I've been using (the same) Mac for almost 9 years, but this is my first foray into not only hackintosh, but PC building in general. If anyone needs further details, screenshots, or anything else like that, I'll happily provide them.